Destiny 2: Witch Queen a new expansion is finally released and it has brought plenty of additions to the game like more gameplay mechanics, several new features, more gears, and a new campaign. Unfortunately, many players are complaining about several issues when they try to play the game. According to many reports, players are receiving errors like Broccoli, Marmot, Weasel, Beagle. Here in the below guide, we have covered fixing for all of these error codes.
Fixing Broccoli Error Code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen
Many players are receiving Broccoli error codes and here is how you can fix it. One of the reasons behind the Broccoli error code is the outdated GPU drivers. So, first of all, just update your GPU drivers and you won’t see the Broccoli error code.
If you have an SLI setup, that can cause the game to crash. In that case, remove the SLI setup and the issue will get resolved.
Fixing Marmot Error Code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen
To fix the Marmot error code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, here are some simple steps to follow:
1. Go to Steam and right-click on Destiny2: The Witch Queen
2. Then go to Manage > browse local files
3. A new window will be opened, delete all files except the “Packages” folder
4. Lastly, restart your computer, open up Steam, and verify game files.
Once done, launch the game and the issue should be fixed
Fixing Weasel Error Code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen
Weasel error code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is related to the network. If you’re using Wi-Fi, then try to play the game using a LAN and the issue will get resolved.
Another best thing you can do is to allow Destiny 2 via a firewall. Your firewall or anti-virus can also be the reason for such errors. You can also disable the anti-virus’s real-time protection or eliminate the folder of the game from it.
Fixing Beagle Error Code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen
Many PS5 users are complaining, they are receiving Beagle error code in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen. To fix it, you can move the game files to an external SSD, then move them again in the console’s internal SSD. Once done, you will see the error is fixed.
That’s all for this guide on how to fix Destiny 2: The Witch Queen – Broccoli, Marmot, Weasel, Beagle error codes.
Also check – All bugs and errors in Destiny 2: Witch Queen.